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Old 04-17-2018, 07:56 AM   #1  
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Hello all, looking for some recommendations on what catted headers to pair with my current MRT H-pipe and Roush axle-back setup on my 2017 gt. In addition to the power, Iím looking at take my exhaust note up a notch but maintain the deep tone. Iím not a fan of rasp. I want to stay catted because Iím in jersey and donít want to have issues with inspection. Thanks in advance brothers.
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Ok thanks for the advice guys..
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Old 04-19-2018, 08:39 PM   #3  
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Welcome to the forums, hope you enjoy your stay.
As for wanting header advice, you should post in the S550 section, you should get more responses.
As for headers I'm a fan of the Stainless Works brand, you may even want to sell what you have and get the complete package from them sounds great.

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Welcome to the forums, hope you enjoy your stay.
As for wanting header advice, you should post in the S550 section, you should get more responses.
As for headers I'm a fan of the Stainless Works brand, you may even want to sell what you have and get the complete package from them sounds great.
thanks ! Iíll look into them. I will say if I ever swapped out my system it would be the stainless headers with Corsa extremes.
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Had / have LT's with catted X pipes on both GT500's.
As New Jersey is an inspection state, I went with Kooks, their " green cats " pass inspection here.
My 11 went thru State inspection in 2014 & 2016 with no issues, my 14's first inspection is in Sept., I expect no issues..
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Interesting, never heard ď green catsĒ before. Iím assuming thatís just another way of saying that they are kooks headers that keep the cats? Or is it different than a catted header?
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